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Old 05-27-2019
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Isn't there a saying on the board "if there are no pics it never happened"? The paintwork looks really great!
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Here we are,
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You need a big bird decal for the front!
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It looks a little plain after the big "bow thing". I think I will get used to it though. New stainless zeus fasteners. New gasket on the electronics door.
I will leave it for a while. I could have painted the door blue, like the classic paint jobs.
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Goat rail back from powder coating. Put the ladder on, but the rest I will leave for a few days for the paint to fully cure before I install it.
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You need a big bird decal for the front!
Paint job looks awesome but I do agree with what Randy said - you need a big bird decal for the missing bow!
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Powder coated goat rails installed. That brings this thread to the end. Paint and supplies to paint the roof, $800 Canadian, powder coat and ss hardware, $750 Canadian, total $1550 Can or approx $1100 US. The powder coating is beautiful, money well spent imho.
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Nice job Peter.
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Well done Pete. I hope to be able to do some work on mine in the near future, but you have set the bar high.
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Thanks Pete,it sure looks good.
Its all white with me!
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